- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... raining hard as we scurry from the bus into the terminal building. The ship is fine with a full entertainment programme, large shop, plenty of bars but we spend most of our time before dinner on the outside deck watching as we sail through the fabulous archipelago in the sunshine! Dinner is a plentiful buffet after which we see the Rock of Ages show which is surprisingly good before turning in for the ...
... us that they have to start learning English at 7, at school. He has just spent a year in Canada, and was pleased when I commented that he was using phrases I wouldn't have expected.
From the old quarter, we went to the Ice Bar - the original ice bar, which I presume NZ copied. We had a big hooded poncho and gloves each, which kept us as warm as toast. After struggling to use my camera (I had put the spare battery down my bra) with the ...
... The next harbour that professed to have clothes washing facilities was some 14 miles away, called Bullandö and which claimed to be the largest in the Baltic with over 1,400 boats permamently moored. We’d been there before where in fact we’d done our laundry so we were optimistic that we would be ok. We set off at 11:15 and motored northwards, passing lots of nice properties on the way. One of the features of this part of the world is the ...
... trees in the garden that overlooks the water. After lunch wel went in Ian's half cabin cruiser to visit other friends moored off an adjacent island for an hour or so. It was so very relaxing sitting on their boat in such a tranquil inlet chatting and getting to know other Swedes. Then later in the afternoon Ian took us back into Stockholm harbour in the hope of catching a glimpse of the King and Queen who come out of the palace by carriage for ...